ABC's of me :)

I stole this from a friend Anita, it looked fun to do, and since I am waiting for dinner to cook I figured what a perfect thing to do to kill the time :) Thanks Anita! (If you haven't checked out her blog you should, she's a military wife with a new baby and living and learning every day, she's got the cutest things on there and she also has some recipes here and there!)

Age: 21
Bed Size: Queen, I fell off the bed last night though.... how does that happen?
Chore you hate: Organizing - It doesn't matter what it is... I just hate it!
Dogs: None of our own yet :(
Essential start of your day: Peeing, brushing teeth, banana, coffee.
Favorite Color: Pink of course but our whole room is bright green and brown and I am loving it :)
Gold or silver: Gold
Height: 5'0"
Instruments I play (or have played): I play nothing now but I used to play the violin and clarinet.
Job Title: House wife, Freelance makeup artist, but my main job for me is to take care of myself as well as I can. My health is my baby.
Kids: My health is my kid! And boy is she a lot of work.
Live: Good ol' California
Mom's Name: Cindy
Nickname: Reesee
Overnight hospital stays: I'll spare you the math. Let's just say half a year, every year since I was 16.
Pet Peeve: Liars
Quote from a movie: "The greatest gift in life is to love, and to be loved in return" - Moulin Rouge
Right or left handed: Right.
Siblings: One little brother who is 14 and one little sister who is 9.
Time you wake up: Between 10 and 12
Underwear: Thongs?
Vegetables you dislike: Brussel sprouts! - I am with Neens on that one lol!
What makes you run late: Being sick and having to plan ahead so much and making sure I have everything ready to go before I go somewhere because if I forget something it can be crucial... that and my makeup of course hehe ;)
X-rays you've had done: Lungs, Skull, Colar bone, Lungs lungs lungs lungs
Yummy food you make: Cream of mushroom chicken with rice mm mm
Zoo animal: Giraffe :)

Hope you all Enjoyed!!!

Here are some pics of mothers day!
I've been in the hospital for a little long than 2 weeks now, and I must admit, I think I might be going crazy. I have been going through so many things that I can hardly type out. This stay has been a painful one. Physically and emotionally. My social worker - Meg, has been the biggest help and called the American Red Cross and was able to get him home for me. He is now on leave with a compassionate re-assignment, which means we will be stationed in our hometown. I am so excited to have him here with me, to be able to talk to about certain things iv'e been told by the doctors, to have him just hold me while I cry, and to just be able to laugh with. Anyways, I just wanted to write this really quick because I saw the last post was a pretty lame Christmas one. I have to much more to tell you all, so keep an eye out!!!

Love love love,

Mrs. Alysa Crank
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